Gun Possession

Maryland Illegal Gun Possession Defense Attorney

The gun possession laws in Maryland are strict and carry mandatory minimum sentences. Offenses such as possession of a firearm after previous conviction of felony, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, and use of a firearm in a drug trafficking crime, and others, include mandatory minimum jail time or five years in the penitentiary without parole, and total time of twenty years per firearm, to be served consecutively to any accompanying or underlying offense. If you have any type gun possession or firearm charge, do not take it lightly.

These charges not only mean potentially severe consequences but a permanent stain on your record that affects you for the rest of your life. Having an experienced criminal defense attorney is essential to your case.

30 years of High-Quality Representation

At the Law Offices of James N. Papirmeister, Esq., we have the necessary experience to successfully defend both adults and juveniles against gun possession charges. As a Montgomery County gun possession defense attorney, James N. Papirmeister has 30 years of experience. Using his many years of practice, he can aggressively defend you against any gun possession charge.

Contact us at one of our law offices located in Silver Spring and Maryland, to schedule a free initial consultation. Please call 301-589-2100 during regular business hours or 301-367-6500 after hours.

Maryland Gun Possession Consequences

Some charges, such as Possession of a firearm by convicted felon, use of a firearm in a crime of violence, and use of a firearm in a drug trafficking crime, carry a mandatory minimum penalty of five years without parole and 20 years total for each offense, to be served consecutively to any related or accompanying offenses. Attorney Papirmeister will work hard to seek dismissal of gun possession and firearms charges, or at least seek to avoid mandatory penalties and minimize periods of incarceration.

Gun charges in Maryland can include:

  • Gun possession
  • Carrying a gun without a valid permit
  • Transporting a gun in your vehicle without a permit
  • Carrying a gun on your person
  • Committing a felony with the use of a firearm
  • Possession of a firearm by a previous convicted felon
  • Use of a firearm in a drug trafficking crime
  • Use of a handgun in a crime of violence

Rockville Concealed Weapon Charges Lawyer

Obtain the experience of a skilled Rockville concealed weapon charges lawyer at the Law Offices of James N. Papirmeister, Esq. Contact us at one of our offices to schedule a free initial consultation. We represent people in cases throughout Montgomery County, La Plata, St. Charles, and Chevy Chase. Please call 301-589-2100 during regular hours or 301-367-6500 after hours.